Their voters are divided over what should happen next with health-care restructuring.
A massive $1.3 trillion spending deal was, politically speaking, probably the last chance this year for Congress to try to help stabilize the Obamacare marketplaces.
Even the moderate to liberal SCOTUS justices were skeptical.
Executing drug dealers would require some major changes to current law.
The president appears to have stepped back from the brink on the issue.
Graham backs the nominees, while Paul expressed disappointment.
And Hill Republican reaction has so far been muted.
ACA advocates are touting a poll showing voters in the 18th district cited health care as a top priority.
A lot of programs were under the budget knife.
Many have already adjusted for the possibility they wouldn’t get subsidies for low-income Americans.